The Riders are around the same from last year, when we averaged just under 25000. A lot of Rider fans have to come from a ways away (since the province is big but sparsely populated) so they don't buy tickets until game day. Also a lot of farmers don't buy season tickets because they don't know if they can make it to all the games or not. The Riders will have a lots of walk-up tickets sold, especially if they start winning.
As far as the other teams goes, that's very good to see. It's nice to see the CFL healthy and ticket sales doing so well in all CFL cities.
To put it into perspective how well the Argos and Ti-cats are doing, the Argos averaged 15083 fans in 2003 and Hamilton averaged 14863. Obviously numbers like that are things of the past.